Beautifully crafted swimwear walked down the runway at the Jets show this season. I loved the colour combinations and of course the shapes. There was a bit a variety rather than all bikini's which I thought was a brilliant idea to fit the different types of women. Deep navy, blacks and burgundy were very eye-catching colours that I don't normally associate with swimwear.
Blair Archibald had his debut at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia a huge hit and displayed his immense talent. His Resort collection named Season Six – The Last Knitting Mill was essentially a progression from his winning capsule of six looks made for the local iteration of the Woolmark Prize.
Romance was Born has created yet another magical collection hosted over dinner at Restaurant Hubert. The collection was called The Opal Goddess and it was a stunning collection that I couldn't look away from. The looks had ranged from beautifully bejewelled opal designed pieces to silk collages with well known female icons.
Ethereal, delicate and timeless were the words that came to mind when I saw this collection. The models were made to look quite young and youthful with their blush pink cheeks and low ponytails with wisps of hair flying about the face.
I'm so obsessed with Hansen and Gretel's Resort collection this year. It's wonderfully named Eve. The collection had a highly visual narrative and it was beautifully created. The collection was inspired by Eve which showcased the different stages of womanhood. The runway was littered with effortless hair and makeup.
This collection was exclusively showing in the Australian Fashion week for its Resort collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. It was a beautiful collection that was vacation worthy. Shown externally on a bright sunny day, the sun has shown high above the models that wore the designs that glimmered wonderfully down the makeshift pebble-stoned runway.